September 13, 2012 § Leave a comment
Danté Tyler re-imagines Vogue with Disney princess cover shoots. check out his link here for more Disney fashion projects.
September 2, 2012 § Leave a comment
To celebrate the opening of the Louis Vuitton Kusama Concept Store at Selfridges London, Louis Vuitton have created “Spot the Difference”, two playful short films starring Bip Ling.
While the room spins to the verses of the Yayoi Kusama poem “Love Forever”, viewers are invited to literally spot five differences between the two films. Created by Jamie McGregor.
August 16, 2012 § Leave a comment
Louis Vuitton’s new Journey campaign, paying tribute to Muhammad Ali with word artist Yasiin Bey (formerly known as Mos Def) and calligraphy artist Niels Shoe Meulman. Created by Ogilvy Paris.
Visit the full experience at http://bit.ly/LVGreatestWords
January 22, 2012 § Leave a comment
The spotlight is most certainly on Mr. Pilotto and his print-packed, technicolour S/S 2012 collection. Inspired by the jungles of the Indonesian island of Java, Pilotto brings to the foreground an important trend for the new season: unapologetic, clashing prints.
More examples of this trend at it’s best:
January 8, 2012 § 6 Comments
January 2, 2012 § Leave a comment
A new year, a new animal print.
We’ve seen crazes for owls, leopard-print and snakeskin, but 2012 is most certainly gearing up to be the year of the shark.
Shark-inspired fashion wares have been popping up all over the internet and on the catwalk. Take a look below at some examples of shark-inspired fashion and add comments with any of your own findings.
December 18, 2011 § 1 Comment
Stuck for something to do on the weekend? Then head straight over to Brixton Village, nestled in the heart of S. London and offering up an exilerating mixture of unique pop-up shops, cafes, music and art installations to those lucky enough to have heard about it.
Set up as a council initiative to boost footfall in this relatively deprived area of London, the scheme offers aspiring business owners 3-months free rent in exchange for their new and exciting food/art/fashion ideas.
Browse the shops for one-off vintage pieces and foreign goods, stop in at BrickBox cafe for a buckwheat savoury crepe or the much-loved Honest Burgers for the meat lovers, window shop the pop-up art galleries and pause to listen to the bands that line the avenues. There’s something here for everyone all under one roof as long as you have an appetite for the new and exciting.